Capcom recently held back-to-back panels at New York Comic Con to promote their flashy upcoming titles to a packed crowd. Attendees were treated to exclusive new gameplay footage, announcements, and behind-the-scenes technical info on Lost Planet 3 and the controversially rebooted Devil May Cry.
Following Capcom’s panel highlighting the surprisingly impressive Lost Planet 3, the room quickly filled with gamers clamoring to get a glimpse of the much maligned re-imagining of Devil May Cry, now simply marketed as DmC. Similar to Bioware’s open panel discussions subsequent to Mass Effect 3’s launch though, the online fervor was nowhere to be found,…
In a corner of the Mattel booth at NYCC, the blueprints for Castle Grayskull gave fans a look at what the recently announced MOTU Classics castle will look like. Check out the gallery to see what could be if Mattel scores enough fan support.
Guillermo del Toro’s giant robots vs. giant monsters epic reveals a sweet new poster at New York Comic Con.
Square Enix/Play Arts Kai were at this year’s New York Comic Con in full force, showing off a great mix of previously released figures, newly painted prototypes, and a few great surprises. They even trumped their lackluster SDCC Arkham Asylum exclusives with a sick metallic red version of Metal Gear Solid’s Cybernetic Ninja, available only at…
While the bustling showfloor of New York Comic Con is currently home to a playable build of Hitman: Absolution, Square Enix treated us to an offsite showing where we were able to play through a sizable portion of the game at our own pace — and it rocked our socks.
Away from the insanity of the Javits Center show floor, we were able to get some quality time with a pre-beta build of the upcoming Tomb Raider game. From what we saw, fans of the previous entries in the series and action/adventure games in general will want to keep their eyes locked on this one.
The recent news that Rayman Legends, the successor to last year’s stellar Rayman Origins, has been delayed until 2013 is a major bummer. Playing a demo of the game on a Wii U console at NYCC has only made that news harder to bear, as my time with it left me wanting much, much more.
DC Collectibles had a very cool statue-heavy display at their usual corner of the DC Comics mega-booth, with some very exciting new products sure to look amazing on the shelf.
Mattel had a great display at New York Comic Con, with the chance to get up-close looks at their upcoming lines, including Masters of the Universe, DC Unlimited, Batman Unlimited and more.
Pop Culture Collectible specialists Kasual Friday were on site at New York Comic Con, and showed off their awesome new mini figure toy line coming next Spring.
Kotobukiya had a great booth at New York Comic Con, with some excellent new reveals for the show, including a new recruit to the Marvel Bishoujo collection and a stunning Joker statue.
New York Comic Con doesn’t start until tomorrow, but Hasbro got an early start with an epic party in NYC that will (hopefully) set the town for one awesome weekend.
DC Collectibles (nee, DC Direct) has revealed a pair of exclusives coming to New York Comic Con next month.
Hasbro’s Mighty Muggs made a 100% Pure Awesome return this Summer at SDCC, and the return continued with the new Maximum Carnage exclusive set at New York Comic Con! The new set of mini-Muggs features our favorite web-slinging super hero Spider-Man, along with some of his most dangerous foes– Venom, Carnage, Demogoblin… and perhaps his…